This table shows fabrics used for athleisure in asporty-casualwear style. Made of natural fibers or with a natural look, but also having also less functional properties. Most have fashionable prints, patterns or jacquards. They are perfect for shirts, pants, jackets, after sports and city sports collections.

Athleisure November 2017

Comfort, best haptic, rich look: The new fabrics hide their functionality behind urban styling. Cuddly tops, as comfortable for yoga training as for office wear; Highly elastic denims as well as knitwear, kapok, Tencel and merino bring added luxury to sports fashion. Cupro, now in eco-friendly production, is in demand; Kapok is also fast becoming firmly established as a brand new process combines the advantages of wovens and knits to produce an equally delicate, firm and elastic fabric.

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ISKO

Tough Knitting

Tintex

Silkytex

Tollegno 1900 Divisione Filati

Tintex

Li Peng

Maxland

Tintex

Weichert Eco

Borgini Jersey

Sidonios Malhas

Stylem

Tollegno 1900 Divisione Tessuti

Thygesen & Birk

Sidonios Malhas

Tollegno 1900 Divisione Filati

Hung's Fortune

Hologenix / Celliant

A. Sampaio

Flocus

Südwolle Group

ISKO

Flocus

Athleisure April 2017

Natural and luxurious looks define the image of this table. Multi-purpose structures are presented. Slub yarn, melange and terry outers create an exciting contrast between elastic laces and soft, silky flowing fabrics such as those made of cupro. Firm interlocking and embossed neoprenes provide inspiration for city-ready jackets; snuggly knitwears are perfect for wellness shirts. The color pallet remains discrete with natural and cream tones.

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A. Sampaio

Tintex

Windtex Vagotex

A. Sampaio

Hung's Fortune

Labtex

Designer Textiles

Sidonios Malhas

Stylem

Tintex

Sheico

Sidonios Malhas

Glowtex

Thygesen & Birk

Rih Jan

Thygesen & Birk

TAS

Grandtek

Sofileta

Thygesen & Birk

Carvico

Singtex

Stylem

Stylem